C[harles] K[endall] Adams
Redlands, Cal.,Jan. 4, 1902.Mr. John Muir,My dear Sir:I was very much gratified to receive your volume on Our National Parks, etc., and I thank you most heartily for it. Many of the chapters I read and admired as they appeared in the Atlantic. The field is your own. and I hope you have yet many things in store for your readers and admirers.My own life has been too exclusively devoted to other kinds of contemplation, and consequently I am driven to an outdoor life and a kinder climate. It seems probable that my life will henceforth be in California, and in Redlands. I wish I might have the pleasure of meeting you and seeing some new things with you.Again thanking you and assuring you that I shall read the volume with profit as well as pleasure, I am,Very truly yours,C. K. Adams[Letter marked, in Muir's handwriting, "Pres. Adams"]02919
1902 Jan 4
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